Monday, January 14, 2008
Ice Fishing Differently
We Americans tend to think of ice fishing as a pretty solitary venture, with people in places like Minnesota sitting out on a frozen-solid lake with a fishing pole, a bucket, and sometimes a teeny hut and a portable TV or radio. Here in Korea, however, ice fishing appears to be anything but solitary. Don’t believe me? The BBC proves the point – they did an “In Pictures” feature on it. Ice fishing, Korean style.